The place for all the people interested in the world of doing good. And in doing it better.More about Kinder
We’re all about doing good, better.
At Kinder, we’re fighting to empower and encourage you to do good, better – at both ends of the spectrum. We implement research, technology, and storytelling to give you confidence in contributing to effective charitable organisations – and give those organisations the tools to elevate their mission.
Analysis of organisations based on transparency and accountability and custom advice based on results.
Stories about the charitable sector that move people and insight and donation technology to give them a chance to do so.
Tech for good
Online fundraising tools that make donating an effortless process and an ingrained habit.
The Kinder Ecosystem
Our research team assesses charitable organisations with our very own Vetting Framework, built with the help of Impact Center Erasmus. The data we gather is then used to benchmark the organisations within their own cause area and to help them improve.
Currently, there are over 2,000 non-profits (and counting) in our system, already evaluated on their transparency, accountability, operational competence, and sixty more drivers.
We don’t just talk about the challenges, we provide solutions. The fundraising tools we build make donating to the trustworthy organisations we’ve already assessed effortless and rewarding.
The Kinder Widget, for example, can be added to any webpage to facilitate direct donations to charities mentioned in a news story or op-ed, on Kinder World or any other media platform.
We're on our way to become the go-to citizen-facing brand championing transparency, trust, and effectiveness in the charitable sector; helping individual organisations while lifting the entire playing field. All with the end goal of fixing world problems in the most efficient manner.
How are the Lebanese doing? The Beirut Port Explosion, a year on.
Lebanon was dreading the month of August. Last year witnessed a catastrophic explosion, one that reflected the symbolic death of Lebanon. Now, a year later, much has changed: and not for the better. Fatima Dia explores the state of the country — and the people trying to save it.
29 July 2021
Does your home reflect your mind? Why we all got sick of Kondo.
Stuck between four walls, the pandemic turned global attentions towards our inner worlds. Merel Cheng explores the link between mental health and home decor, and our transition from minimalism to maximalism.
26 July 2021
Tony's Chocolonely and chocolate’s bitter ingredient: slavery
Dutch chocolate company Tony’s Chocolonely is on a mission to make 100% slave-free chocolate the norm. But when 70% of the world’s chocolate comes from Ghana and the Ivory Coast – where 1.6 million children work illegally in the cocoa-growing trade – just how easy is it to ensure your supply chain is squeaky clean?
22 July 2021
The shocking history of women’s oral contraceptives
For medication so widely used that it's called 'the pill', we know surprisingly little about its history. Alessandra Giliberto dives into its dark origin story and asks: if we care so much about risks related to COVID-19 vaccines, why isn't there equal uproar about oral contraceptives?
21 July 2021
What instagram account @barbiesavior teaches us about White Saviour Complex
With a satirical touch, @barbiesavior shines a light on the oppressive sides of Western volunteer culture. Karenita Haalk gives tips on how to avoid becoming Barbie saviour yourself — and actually help people.
15 July 2021
This is what stops Millennials from giving to charity
Millennials are a dominant force in many ways – as the biggest age group in history, they’re first digital natives, armed with more spending and voting power than any of the previous generations. Cindy Zheng explores their giving habits.